Welcome to my Website

 

This website is created for the purpose of communicating with the outside world. This is more or less the only means for me to communicate with my family, friends and other people out there.

On this website you will find pages like "News" were you could read pieces of actualities I find interesting coming from various news items around the world. There is also a "Blog", I will provide room for individuals to give their opinions about stuff they or I find interesting out there. There is also a "Guestbook" for those who feel like to say something personal about me or something they saw on this website. For an open-minded guy like me, there is also a "Forum" on the blog page. This page is mostly meant for criticism or advice from viewers about things they saw or read on this website. For those of you who want to get in contact with me for some reason or another, the "Contact" page gives you the means and coordinates to get to me easily.

Feel free to go around this site, navigate, and interact with others and I. Don't be shy. Share your praise, criticism and Information, I am an open-minded guy.

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Poll

Do you think the world would be better off with only one religion?

No 122 67%
Yes 18 10%
Neither 10 5%
o0-iu-9 7 4%

Total votes: 182

Blog

Invasion of privacy or safe travel?

In the heat of such a discussion, it is always good to remember the fundamental rights citizens have. The failed attack on a passenger flight over Detroit has aroused debate on the use of body scans at airports. The suspected bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, passed through airport...

Should Balkenende step down over Iraq?

The Balkenende government seems to have narrowly averted a full-blown crisis by admitting that “in hindsight” it could have done better in the run-up to the invasion of Iraq. The admission did not come easily, following a day of tense deliberations between government parties. The special...

Debating with the extreme right parties in the Europe & the Netherlands

An issue that has been the subject of some heated discussion in the Netherlands over recent weeks is how to, or whether to, engage in public debate with the far right political parties like the Freedom Party (PVV) of Geert Wilders and Pride of the Netherland (TON) of Rita Verdonk. For those who may...

Will development aid really change because of Moyo risin'?

Dambisa Moyo during Wednesday's debate in Amsterdam.  Photo WFA Published: 9 October 2009 16:57 | Changed: 9 October 2009 20:07 Zambian economist Dambisa Moyo, who advocates scrapping aid to Africa, creates a sensation wherever she goes. Her critics say...

We voelen ons enorm tekortgedaan

En dus verwijten Nederlanders elkaar geen rekening te houden met anderen Wat een grap!!! Door Paul Schnabel Zelfs tijdens een recessie maken Nederlanders zich vooral druk om het asociale gedrag van anderen. Zelfkritiek is er niet. Daar zijn we veel te bijzonder voor. .article_related_box...

Corruption Is Why We Win

Philip Kisob Philip Kisob Managing Director at Hudson Partners Inc. retrieved from LinkedIn |Cameroon Network Group I have been guilty recently of getting all indignant about corruption and how it’s at the root of all evil. This I believe is why Africa is suffering from under-development and...

FLUSHING PAUL BIYA’S SHIT

09.13.2005 I have always wondered what a man like Paul Biya, France’s Cameroun puppet, who enjoys spending so much of his time in Switzerland and other parts of Europe thinks about after he takes a shit and flushes, confidently knowing that his shit will actually go down. I wonder what he thinks...

The Observing Citizen

by Ed'son de Pary During a political debate in the Netherlands, right-wing politicians couldn’t help it pointing at foreigners as origin of all the flaws’ in this country. Political leaders like Marc Rutte (VVD), Geert Wilders (PVV) or Rita Verdonk (TON) said foreigners who do not want to...

Komt een negerin bij de dokter

Vrijdag 15 mei 2009 door Stine Jensen Parkeergarage in de Bijlmermeer Foto Rob Huibers In literair opzicht stelt 'Alleen maar nette mensen' weinig voor en is de bekroning ervan met de Gouden Uil een belediging voor  literatuurliefhebbers, vindt Stine Jensen. Robert Vuijsje is ineens...

News

Russia Uses Microsoft to Suppress Dissent

Valeri Nistratov for The New York Times Baikal Environmental Wave protested in June against a paper factory on the shores of Lake Baikal, months after security forces seized its computers.  IRKUTSK, Russia — It was late one afternoon in January when a squad of plainclothes police...

Can Africa break its 'resource curse'?

By Mark Tutton for CNN Liberian rebels in 2002. Liberia's civil war was partly funded by "blood diamonds." STORY HIGHLIGHTS In many African nations natural resources have led to economic instability Resource wealth can lead to corruption, cronyism and violence Conflicts ...

Israeli-Palestinian Talks Face a Big 'So What?'

Wide, long and not very satisfying was the yawn that greeted news that Israel and the Palestinian Authority will resume direct peace talks in Washington next month. After decades of fruitless negotiations interrupted by periods of stalemate or terror or both, expectations could scarcely be...

South Korea tries to block Twitter messages from North

By Chico Harlan Saturday, August 21, 2010   TOKYO -- The sour state of relations on the Korean Peninsula has led to equally sour relations on the Internet, with North and South Korea now engaged in a micro-battle over micro-blogging. This Story Koreas in war of Twitter...

Spain Claims 2 Victories in Its Relations With Africa

By RAPHAEL MINDER Published: August 23, 2010 MADRID — Spain claimed two separate diplomatic victories in Africa on Monday with the release of two hostages held in Mauritania and an agreement with Morocco to strengthen police cooperation following a recent commercial blockade of Melilla, a...

Venezuela, More Deadly Than Iraq, Wonders Why

Meridith Kohut for The New York Times Relatives mourned Yanil Cemeño in Caracas, the fourth child in his family to be killed. Venezuela’s murder rate exceeds Iraq’s. More Photos » By SIMON ROMERO Published: August 22, 2010 CARACAS, Venezuela — Some here joke that they might be safer if...

Corruption Rapport: Voici les ministères les plus corrompus du Cameroun

Par alain.noah.awana | Mercredi 28 juillet 2010 | Le Messager « Nous avons encore, je dois le dire, un grave problème de morale publique. Malgré nos efforts pour les combattre, la fraude, les détournements de deniers publics, la corruption continuent de miner les fondements...

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